Mike Stubbs . Tournaments . Tuesday 6th December 2016 . 11:07
Both Grandmaster Jackets and No Tomorrow have won qualifiers to secure a spot in the upcoming 2017 Heroes Global Championship Pro League.
Both teams managed to secure their spot by placing in the top two during last weekend's North American qualifier. They beat out teams such as Vox Nihili and Dumpster Tier Superstars to book their slot in the big money league.
The two teams join Astral Authority, Denial eSports, Gale Force eSports and Team Naventic who have already qualified for the Pro League. Now there is just two spots up for grabs, with the last qualifier taking place this weekend.
The 2017 Heroes Global Championship Pro League was first revealed just before Blizzcon, with Blizzard overhauling the structure of Heroes of the Storm to make it similar to the LCS. Regional Leagues will play out weekly, with four international competitions offering shots at the really big prize pools. This all kicks off in early 2017, and is arguably the last chance for HotS to make it as a major eSport.